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. THE ROCK ISLAND ARGU8, THURSDAY; OCTOBER 2. 1890.
CopDsr, Tin and
PLUMBING, GAS AND
And House Furnishing Goods,
j "Steamboat and Distillery Work a Specialty.
1012 SECOND AVENUE.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
jj,is H.t n created among the ladies siuce
the rt-ofipt of those elegint work and
scrap baskets. Tbey are of Indian man
ufacture, and as the product is very
limited it is doubtful if we will have any
mnre this si-nson. Call and nin.ke your
jelcctions nr what you want may be gone.
1703 Second Avenue.
A. J. SMITH & SON,
IV. "ck Is now replete with "ovcJt"e. Csill and compare onr totk and prkvs.
A. J. SMITH & SON,
125 and 127 Wet Third Street. Orp. Masonic Temple, DAVENPORT-
mm pmm f ago
WALL PAPER COMPANY
3112, 314 TwcntictlvSt.,
And Postoffice Block, Moline.
FINE WALL PAPER Exclusive Hironts for the followinsr 1t lart'ort WhII Paper
Km-torii: Hirire A. Son, J.nrway v., Kolx-rl S. IIoIiIm & Co., NcviiiK HsVilnnd, New
York Wall !aper Co., nnrt Kohert ("raven A Co.
NEK Ui ("PHl'tALS Which includes all the Art papers. Prlcee from 10 to 30 per cent
Mow other dealeis.
ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH
$2.50 Per Gallon.
KOHN &d ABLER,
Removed to 219 Seventeenth Street
A Sure Cure for a Cough or Cold is
Irish Cough Syrupy
Acts quickly, is perfectly safe and never fails to cure all Lung troubles.
TRY IT. 10c, 25c and 50c Bottles.
Medicine known for all Kidney, Lnn? and Stomach trouble, ie
Thomas Kidney and Liver Pills.
Battle Samples free.
: I NEXT YEAR'S CARNIVAL.! umted for life. I CITY CHAT. two dev.ls ircarnate.
Sheet Iron W,-
5 feet bamboo eastlf, 8Sii.
8x10 gilt frames, glass and mat, 30c.
8x10 white and gold frames, siass
and mat, 35c.
Decorated window shades complete
with spring fixtures, 35c.
Pure Irish Linen stationery per lb.
Wall paper at cost.
1705 Second Ave.
Druggist, Bock Island.
Will Rock 1 'land and Davenport
Join in It?
Merretary Denlaon of the Davenport
Bnalnesa Men's Aaaorlatloa Favors
Editor of the Arocjh-
Davenport, Iowa, Sept. 29. I read
with much plefjure your flattering com
ments upon the carnival, and also your
timely suggest! )ns favoring Rock Island
joining hands with Davenport next year.
There has been a strong feeling shown
the past week in favor of forming a car
nival associalic n, so as to secure better
work in the ft tore under thorough or
ganization. This is a grand opportunity
to bring about united action on the part
of all three cities in at least one direc
tion, wnich wculd insure us such a mag
nificent carnivU for 1891 that it would
be the event of the year. It would adver
tise the tri-cities from one end of the
union to anotl er, and should be mutually
advantageous. As to the best method of
bringing about this result I cannot say,
but 1 think it can he done if we go about
it earnestly. There are many in Daven
port who would favor it, and knowing
the broad vie?s you entertain regarding
the tri-city unity of action and senti
ment, I feel v arranted in urging you lo
follow up your valuable suggestions.
Yours very truly,
Henbt T. Drnison.
The writiT of the above is secretary of
the Davenport Business Men's association.
and the sentiments voiced by him are
heartily concurred in by many others of
Davenport's representative citizens. On
the Ilennc-pia canal excursion Tuesday
afternoon the same proposition was dis
cussed amoni; citizens of the two cities
and the prevf-.iling feeling was that Rock
Island should join with Davenport in the
arnival festivities next year. There are
two particular reasons why the two cities
should be equally interested in the suc
cess of this great and beautiful autumnal
attraction. In the first place the carnival
is yet in its infancy. Until this year it
was an expe iment, but the brilliant dis
play of ten davs ago shows to what gor
geous extent it can be carried when more
money ia expended, and each siJa of
the river inaead of one was illuminated.
In the secocd place Rock Island enioys
the beauty of the scene as much as Dav
enport does indeed it is a doubtful ques
tion if Rock Island did not have a much
more advantageous view of the last car
nival than tae city which managed and
paid for it. Rock Island also gained in
point of business. Our hotels and mer
chants pro a ted by Divenport's enter
prise. It if. but proper therefore that
Rock Island should share in the expenfe
another year. The two cities should
uoite in their public spirit and enthus
iasm over the glowing prospects for
their fntue. Etch has advantages
which the t ther does not possess and each
should enjoy and partake of the other's
advantages. Rock Island taught Daven
port the le-tson of paving. It was the first
of the two cities to adopt a uniform system
of substantial, permanent street improve
ment. Davenport has led the way in pub
ic buildings and in in municipal oiganis
nation, its fire department, police service.
etc., beine a quarter of a century in ad
vance of us. Sj it is that one city may
profit by '.he other's progress. It is riv
alry that makes cities; a friendly but no
less zealous and earnest disposition to ex"
eel that forces ahead all cities so aiming.
Rock Iilnnd and Davenport may unite
their enterprise, tbeir public Bpirit and
their contributions for a river carnival,
but the name week while Dvcnport is
having its fairand exposition Rock Island
may have something else and vie with
Duvenpoit in its individual enterprise.
But let us join in the carnival at any
rate.if Davenport is wi 1 ins to have U9 come
in. Let us build an arch of fire from the
foot of Eighteenth street here to the foot
of Brady in Davenport next year. Let us
set the river on fire in honor of the Hen
nepin catial, and let it go from one end of
creation to the other that these two cities
propose to do it. And above all let us
begin our preparations at once.
wci. i insanity or raiience uena
flowe. Hearing; verdict, insane and not
a pauper: ordered that she be committed
to the Northern Insane hospital, and that
a warra it be issued by the clerk to Frank
h. Howe, the husband of patient, to con
vey her to said hospital.
Insanity of Nicanor E. Benelius. Hear
ing; ve-dict, insane and a pauper; or
dered committed to the Northern Insane
hospital, and that he be temporarily re
s'rained in the county jail, pending his
admission to the hospital.
Ontral Chnrrh Kntertalnment.
The ladies of the Central Presbyterian
church will eive an entertainment at the
residerce of Mrs. Knowlton, Second ave
nue, Friday, October 8d. A programme
of miiHc, vocal and instrumental, will be
a plea. ant feature of evening. A good
supper for twenty five cents will be
served from six to eight o'clock.
The Menominee come down with six
teen strings of logs.
The stage of the water was 3:40 at
noon ; the temperature on the bridge 60.
The Verne Swain, Pilot, West Rambo
and Pauline came down and 'the Verne
Swain, Reindeer, Pilot, West Rambo
Nr. I .on In r'alr and Veiled Prophta.
On Monday. Oct. 6th the C. B. & Q
will t un two trains leaving Rock Island,
first ection 7:40 p. m., second section
8:10 p. m.- Both trains will have first
class coaches and sleeping cara to accom
mod:ite persons attending the Veiled
Pro bet's parade at St. Louis the evening
of Out. 7th. Returning last section will
leave St. Louis at 11.00 o'clock p. m
Oct. 7th. Rate of one fare for the round
trip, with an additional 50 cents ad mis
sion to the fair, has been authorized for
the ubove. II. D. Mack. D. P. A.
Wanted. A first class machinist, to
won at his trade in shop and act as fore
mac over smithing and machine work
Wil guarantee one Year's steady work
and will pay good wages to first class
Thompson, Walkek & Thompson,
What Cheer, Iowa
Popular trial shows the worth of every
art cle; and thirty-four years constaat
use has proven the great efficacy of Dr
Bui s Cough byrup; it has no superior
Rpv. J. K. Holtft and Silas Anna M
Aidrnoa Joined at the Altar.
Last evening occurred at the Swedish
Lutheran church a brilliant matrimonial
event with which was associated great in
terest among our Swedish citizens. It was
the marriage of Miss Anna M. Anderson,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John A. Ander
son, of 126 Fourteenth-and-one-half St.,
to Rev. J. E. Holtz. of Marathon, Iowa.
The venerable. Rev. Dr. T. N. Hassel
quist performed the ceremony. The
happy couple were attended by Mr. J.
O. Dahlberg and Miss Tilda Anderson,
Mr. H. O. Hultgren and Miss Carrie
Peterson. Mr. August Peterson and
Miss Ida Oberg as groomsmen and
bridesmaids. After the service the
bridal party proceeded to the bride's
home where a sumptuous wedding repast
was served and where a magnificent dis
play of wedding presents greeted the bride.
among which were these:
Mantle clock, dining-room clock,
silver water pitcher, silver pickle castor,
silver butter dish, two silver cake stands,
fine lamp, berry bowls, tea urn, wine set,
silver butter knife, spoons, table cloths
and napkins, elegant picture of the
spring time of love, chenille table spread,
water set, etc.
The young couple leave tomorrow night
for their new home at Marathon, Iowa,
where the groom is gaining distinction as
a fearless and doquent expounder of the
gosptl and where he will be followed by
the best wish s of the many friends of his
pretty wife and himself.
At the residence of the bridb's parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Diedrick OHmann, of Hamp
ton, yesterday, occurred the marriage of
Mr. S. M. Arndt, of Cbirago, and Miss
Siena Oltmann. The young couple have
hosts ef friends who unite in wishing
them abundance of joy.
The marriage of W. H. Eastman, of
Davenport, and Miss Rose Atkinson,
sister of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Atkinson,
takes place at the home of the bride on
Elm street heights at 6:30 tomorrrow
SAD AND SORROWFUL
The Feat wan Prepared Ku( the
(neMtia Ketnained In the nark
Mr. Oglesby was advenised to speak in
Moline last night and preparations were
made by those having the matter in
charge. The hall of the Y. M. C. A.
was selected for the purpose, but like the
best laid schemes of mice and men the
whole affair was turned to bu'.er ashes.
The offering was ready for the sacrifice
the victim was caged, bat the eloquence
of the really eloquent ex -governor was
not enough to make an audience.
After hoping against hope and
waiting until weary, the victim
of the offering was preserved, and
the little band, like the wandering Arab,
folded l'.a tent and silently stole away.
The people of Moline were not ripe for
an education of that kind and so as pu
pils they came not. The highways and
byways should have been drummed up
more thoroughly. Some there might have
been found who could have been persuad
ed to attend; but it was not to be.
Does it need a second Daniel to read
the handwriting that appears so plain?
They Will 1.1 ve I.Ike Men-ihle People.
There is a pretty little story now on its
travels about the future of William D.
Wiman, son of Eraslus Wiman, of New
Yoik, who is going to marry Miss Deere,
daughter of Charles H. Deere, of Moline.
111., on Wednesday, Oct. 8 This story
is that Mr. Deere has promised to give his
daughter a million dollars upon her wed
ding day, so that the young people will
have loads of money and a magnificent
house in.Chicago to live in when lhey are
not traveling to the end of the earth.
There is to be a regular fairy story time
of it. in fact. All this is very cheerful
and very interesting, but unfortunately,
there isn't a word of truth in it. Miss
Deere and Mr. Wiman will marry, but, if
the very highest authority is to be be
lieved. there is no $ 1.000.00 wedding
gift on either side. And there are to be
no journeys to the ends of the earth, and
no wonderful mansion at all; but lust a
quiet wedding journey and a sensible and
modest home such as is suitable for two
young persons, and no such splendor in
any way as has lcen so lavishly given
them in advance. All of this is more
desirable than anything the fairy stories
have to tell, except the "the living happy
ever afterward." And this, it is to be
hoped, they will not mis3. Chicago
Oysters at Krcll & Math's.
Oo to Holbrook'a, Davenport, for car
pets and silk curtains.
First class tailors wanted; union or
non-union by F. C. lloppe.
Send your friends to Krell & Math's
for a dish or can of fresh oysters.
Call and see the hand -carved bed room
suites at Holbrook'a, Davenport.
Parlor suites and fancy chairs of every
description at Holbrook'a, Davenport.
Ice cream always on hand and served
by the dish all winter at Krell & Math's.
A handsome line of book cases and
cabinets just received at Holbrook'a, Dav
enport. An elegant assortment of dining tables.
chairs and hat racks at Holbrook'a, Dav
enport When you want a nice dish of fresh
oysters step in to Krell & Math's and or
der them up in any style.
The Crown dining hall. No. 1708 Sec
ond avenue, is now ready to furnish you
the best meal in the city for 25 cents. A.
B. Johnson, proprietor.
Mclntire Bros, have a new and reliable
kid glove' cleaner; cleans perfectly and
leaves no odor.
Bear in mind we do not quit making ice
cream when cold weather sets in. and you
can get It in any quantity in the coldest
weather. Remember Krell & Math s and
get the best.
$50,000 to loan on real estate security,
in sums of $200 and upward, at lowest
current rates of interest, -without com
mission. E. W. Hurst, Attorney at
law, Rock Island.
4rand liadtea' far Opening;
By one of the largest eastern manufact
uring bouses at the store of W. S. Camer
on & Sons, Friday and Saturday, Oct. 3d
and 4th, on Brady street below Third
Sympathy Mr." Bruroford Chappy: A
fellow told me today that I didn't know
enough to go in when it rained. Miss
Edgerly: What a want of tact!
Shirt, collar and cuff sale at Simon &
Chas. F. Scbafer. of Port Byron, was
in the city today.
5c for pure linen collars four ply at
Simon & Mosenfelder's.
Frank Bradlev was fined 13 and costs
by Magistrate Wivil) for intoxication.
Men's unlaundried shirts, linen bosom
tt 17 cents Simon & Mosenfelder's.'
Oera dozen new stjles of linen col
lars at 5c apiece at Simon & Mosenfeld
er's. nouse for rent 922 Second avenue;
in good repair. Inquire at 1103 Second
Capt. II. C. Cleaveland and Mr. Fred
Head left for Peoria this morning to at
tend the state fair.
Pat Rooney is superintending tho re
laying of the tile floor in the main corri
dor of the Harper.
Miss Cora Griffin, a well known Mo
line school teacher, died last evening.
She was 24 years of age.
Link cuffs one. two or three button
cuffs, narrow, medium and wide all at
10c a pair at Simon & Mosenfelder's.
The Rock Island Plow works sus
pended work to permit all its men
to attend the state fair at Peoria today.
Mr. Louis Samuelson gave a pleasant
parly to about fifty of his young friends
at his parent's home in South Park last
evening in honor of his twenty-first
The United States express office is now
located in the Hum 11 building on Second
avenue near Sixteentn street, in quarters
arranged especially for its occupancy.
TheC , B. & Q. R R. will run a sc lid
special train to tue Harrison reception at
Qalesburg on Oct. 8, leaving here
at 6:15 a. m. One fare for the round
Fred Applcquist is now in possession
of one of those electric clocks put up by
the Western Union Telegraph Co. It
keeps time to the tenth part of a second
and is a thing of beauty.
At Milan yesterday Wm. Frysinger was
arrested for assaulting his wife and
threatening to kill her. The preliminary
hearing was commenced before Justice
Brown and continued until Friday.
It is understood that Congressman Gest
will reach home next Tuesday. Myl what
a change he will find. With the excep
tion of Boss Wells. Harry Bostock and
Joe Haas, he will be obliged to apply a
microscope in hunting his friends.
Manager Looney has received twelve
larsre sized self winding electric clocks
which are to be distributed in some of the
business houses throughout the city and
set daily by electricity from a large regu
la'or which adorns the telegraph office.
A freight train on the Rock Island road
was derailed at ShefTk-ld this morning and
the engineer and fireman had a narrow
escape from losing their lives. A num
ber of oil tank cars were ditched, but the
track was soon cleared and trains are now
coming along as usual.
Tbe regular quarterly meeting of the
Iowa and Illinois Central District Medi
cal association wU be held ht the board
of education rooms, this citv, next Thurs
day afternoon, Oct. 9. Papers will be
read by Dr. W . T. Boughton, of E Iging
ton.and Dr. G. L. Eyster, of this city.
Miss Kate Byrnes the popular milliner.
has returned from Chicago, where she
has purchased a fine line of millinerv of
the latest Paris stjles. One of the finest
bonnet and hat trimmers in Chicago
came with her and will assist her in bier
business during the season. Miss Byrnes
wishes tbe ladies to call and see her.
Samuel Gray died at tbe home of his
sister near Atkinson last evening at 6
o clock, or cancer or the throat with which
he had been a sufferer for three years. He
was a resident of Rock Island since 18-V2,
but had been living with his sister since
list spring. The remains will be brought
here tomorrow afternoon, the funeral oc
curring from theU. P. church at 4 o clock.
He was 66 years of age. and was born in
County Down, Ireland He farmed in
Bow ling townhip until 1S69. when he
came to Book Island. His wife died five
years ago. He leaves no children.
At the annual meeting of the stock
hoidere of the Moline Central electric road
Tiitsday evening. Messrs. John B. Corn
wall. S. II. Vclie and-E. II. Guyer
were reelected directors. The finan
cial showing demonstrated that the
number of passengers carried has
doubled since the introduction of the
electric cars. Oct. 16. 18-9. The
number of passengers carried during the
year was 183,021. In September, 1889,
when horse power was in use, the aver
age daily earnings were 14 51. In Aug
ust, 1890, ten months after the installa
tion of electricity, the average daily re
ceipts were f:!i.
Away off In western Iowa they are res
jolcing over the immediate benefits they
are to receive from the Hennepin canal.
Here comes the Allan ic Telegraph with
the remark that by the appropriation to
inaugurate work on the Hennepin canal
Iowa farms and industries are placed in
the way of receiving benefits inestimable."
ater transportation," it adds, "has re
duced freight rates to more than one-half
east of Chicago as compared with what
they are west of Chicago. This state has
proved itself wholly capable of taking
care of the freight rates within state lines.
and what is water competition which will
exert the same wholesome influence over
inter-state traffic that lake navigation and
the Erie canal do to Chicago east bound
rates. The Hennepin canal will make
Iowa an independent, sovereign state so
far as the railroads are concerned."
At last night's meeting of the Daven
port city council the ordinance granting
the Holmes syndicate the right to operate
its street railway lines by electricity was
called up and discussed. An amendment
was presented providing that unless the
power station was located in that city the
syndicate must pay $500 per year into
the city treasury. Supt. Scbnitger was
present and given an opportunity to ad
dress the council. He staled that tbe
properly on which it wa intended to lo
cate lht plant hail already been tavight
in Rock Island, hence it would he impos
sible to change the location. The repair
shops, however, would be located there.
The bridge cars would also he run from
that side. The ordinance was adopted
with a $500 penalty on the company if
the power house is not located there.
The company will not accept the oidi
nance in that shape.
Three Harvest Excursion!.
The Burlington Route, C. B. & Q. R.
R., will sell from principal stations on its
lines, on Tuesday, September 9 and 23,
and October 14. harvest excursion tickets
at half rales to points in the farming re
gions of the west, southwest and north
west. For tickets and further informa
tion concerning these excursions, crtll on
your nearest C, B. & Q ticket agent, or
address P. a. bustis. Gen 1. Pass, and
Ticket Agent, Chicago, 111.
"Tbe day is done and the darkness falls
from the wing of night and yet tbe poet
is not sleeping we' I. In truth bis long
look at the far off stars has given him
neuralgia. Why, oh why don't he buy a
bottle of Salvation Oil?
Cuffs four ply pure linen, lOcis a
pair at Simon & Mosenfelder s.
Tbe somersault man at the circus seems
to live by jumping bis board.
They Kidnap a Young Woman and Horri
bly Maltreat Her.
New York, Oct. 58. A special to The
Herald from Barry ville, .Pa., says: Two
discharged colored farm hands of John
Hannon, a well-to-do farmer of this place,
kidnaped his daughter Julia, aged 20, last
Monday week, took her to a hut in a
ravine and kept her there until Tuesday
noon, assaulting her repeatedly and forc
ing wniHKy down her throat. Then they
left her. The fiends' names are Samuel
Johnson aud Jaek Williams. It was not
nntil ednesi.iv that she was found. She
was almotit insane and in her raving ac
cuseJ Johnson and Williams. The men
have not yet been enpturod.
Drtaineil luder the Labor Law.
Philadelphia, Oct. & Rv. H. A. Ken-
kenlerg and Rev. Dr. Loentgerath, Ro
man Catholic priests from Europe who
arrived at this port on the steamship Bul
genland Tues lay, are detained under the
contr.-icl hOKir l.tw. Tne prk-ts acknowl
edge that they were hired to come to this
country ns teacher in the Roman Cath
olic c (ilege at St. P.itil. Minn., founded by
li.-l. . Ireland. The matter has leen re
ferred to the customs authorities.
Latek The two priests have b;en re
Ie.ised. They swore that thev were luc
turera and were only engaged for a
course, for which they were to receive
nut les than 0. The law exempts lec
turers. .?. V. l iii wcll & ', to IteorcaiKzo.
Hire ago, Oct. 2. -The prominent dry
goods jobliin ho :ise of ,T. V. Favwe.Il &
Co., this city, is considering a plan for re-
oruaniziti.in of tbe business on the stock
sysiein. 1'. is proponed to Issue Mock in
excess of f Vooo.UuO, and the reason given
is the increasing yean and accumulated
liusiness responsibilities resting on the ae
nior mem tiers of the firm. The house is
the oldest of the kind in Chicago and
stands third in rank in the country, and
lirts im iiiii.lt;nii-hed record.
Adjournment of the Priioa Con cress.
Cincinnati, Oct. 2 The national
prison congress, having completed Ua
ork, has n Ijonrned to meet in Pittsburg
1 Octotter. lS'd. R.-v. Dr. Wines its
secret ;irr. a- re-elected, but owing to a
pressure or other c ui i-s he was compelled
o oner ins resignation, which was ac
:epted, and Rev. .1. H. Milligau was
hosen secretary. Dr. Winea retains his
terest in the assocint ion aj one of the
mrd of directors.
He Ap(rriitl,t Hit, Find.
ASHLAND. Wis., Oct. 2 An old Ger
lan about town, well-known as "Old
Man Schneider,'' found a barrel contain,
ing over jTOo in gold, silver, and paper
luonev while cleatimy an hIIhv lmck of
saloon Tuesday. The barrel had evident
ly oeen mere lor years, -s-hneider took
his trensure inside the sal, xm and the bar.
keeper took it to look at aud kept it.
Schneider has brought suit to recover tbe
("Hir A(!0, (b t. 1
t,'liol.-. kits on the b .ard of trade tivdaT
were a- :o!lovs: Wh at - No. 2 th-toU r, opened
closed '.tic; lasvnila-r. oi ncd tlJV.
elos.- i W"c; May. oin-ne.l f l.Oi, rlo-iil d.iiltfe.
I urn .No. - h-tolicr. ojiciied 4 He. cl. s.'.l -Tic;
IV eln'ier, niicr... it 4s').'. close 1 4 c; May,
olHlnil :l-.c. closed .HI';.-. Oats-it. Z itc-
t.ils-r. owiied ari l t lo-.-d t: May, opened
4rlii, closr.l 41V 1 ork - 1 N't-ilier, oie!ifsl
ami i-l.ccd .tannery, oi-n-d jil.ti.
rli-l S!-;.72W: iay. o; eneil tli4.-Lv. closed
SK. . l.ar l Oi tohcr, ojiened f i-lT-j. di ned
I.ivi- cttM-k-I'nion stock yards price: Hoss
.Mai kct active and firm: iiri,- c hurlier.
I.iidit (trade. $4. lur.r l.Tih roiiuh laekiiiir. 4 uo
4.3: mixed lo , 4.'.V,i 4 .;; Iieav? packinu
H.nd sliippuiu lot-, l..st.f4.n.t.
Cattle Shippiim steers, J.'.T.'rt.."!.!; stock
rattle. f.!.i.(.VU; row and hulls, f 1.1 (t. '.Mr.
Teas si..rs. J .Mk.r;t I western ran ire stree.
J..4t 4.u. Sheep-Common to extra fh-ep,
J:;..M , .1; lanilis t3.ti.vKi.li, principally at
""..5ii and upward.
isrodm-e: Hmter- Fancy s parator. IDc per
fr: tine lathered cream. i!Jiio; flnet dairies.
Ii .msc. lunr" -r resh candled. loss off. lse Der
doz. Live poultry- Chicken, hen and sprinc
chic ens. per turkeys. !,cl"r: dncks.
slc. I'otHloes 1 huii-e to f mcy, 7inT5c per
nil.: isconin, u 7 .or; sweet ; otatovs. tT(mt
f.i "T er htil Apples -II inois ifreen cooking
"" n-r blil.; eatitti;, M..".t4.'.
Nrvi Yokk Oct. 1.
Wheat-No. S red winter cash. tl.KUnl.m
do October. 1 ltpv; do Noeinls r. 8MB; lie
ceints r Sfl.o '(,. Corn- No. 2 mixed, .'ilch
do m ioln r. .: do November. Vvvc. Oats
Wuiet; N... 2 mi,.,- i H-h. 44W4.V; do toiler.
44c; do ..ov iniier, 4414c. Ke and barley
Nominal lvrk-tuli: mess. JiLfeftliai.
Uir l - Hull niniliiii hant.il
1 iv slock: 4 att e Mari.it fairlv a.-tiTe
fern!! 1 rml.s nni-rt to bern nntives. )W(l,"t
M-,L r b 'S; Coloiadoa. t-i.4o, ;.5n; bulla
and nr C..W-. :-J2-v,rw'.d. nheeii and Ijtmbe
M.cep. ft ad. : liimls dull: sheep, f 4 .atuAH)
lv rr.; 1 nuns. t.t ... li. H.ia-Us-'-ct
dull: live l.o a, t.'2 t.i.t.;i Si III. .
nay rpland prairte. noa so
ujy 1 un.tn js S.su.
Hay Wild, HO CM.
ool son lt
Cord WoooSS 5 a4.r0.
The declining powers of old age may
tie wonderfully recuperated and sus
tained"by the daily use of Hood's Sarsap-
SO per cent reilnrtion for the next .10 day
on Kupeica and Spring Wagons.
No. IrilO, itii and 1114, Third Are.,
Is the cheapest place In the ronnty to bny Car
riages, liiiprie. Paints, Oils, etc .
Top Rntrpfe ST OO
0en Butties 40 H
in ini of
1200.00 and Upwards
For sale, secured on land worth from
three to five times the amount
of the loan.
Interest 7 per cent semi annually, collected and
remitted free of charge.
E. W. HURST,
Attorney at Law
Rootct S and 4 Masonic Temple,
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
Satnrilay, Aug. 3090.
Lloyd & Stewart,
We call attention to the following
desirable and seasonable things.
NEW FALL DRESS GOODS
CHENILLE Table Spreads, small
and large, in beautiful shadings.
BLANKETS. White. Scarlet, Grey
COTTON FLANNELS, beginning
at 5 cents a yard.
Rock Island. Illinois.
Have the largest establishment West of Chicago.
DONT FORGET THE PLACE.
CLEIMJN & SALZMANN,
Nos. 1525 and 1527 Second Avenue,
And Nob. 124, 126 and 128 Sixteenth Street,
INCORPORATED CKDER THK THK STATS LAW.
Rock Island Savings Bank,
ROCK ISLAND, DLL.
Open daily from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m., end Setnrdaj erenlngi from 7 to 8 o'cleck.
Five per cent interest paid on Deposits. Money loaned on Personal,! Col
lateral, or Real Estate Security
K. P. RBTNOLD3. Pres. C. DENKSCANN, 1. M. BCPOHD. Cashier.
P. L. Mitchell. B P. RcTnoldn, P. C. Denkmann. John Cmbaneh. C. F. Lrnde,
J. J. Rcimt-ra, L. Simon. K. W. Hort, J. M. Boford.
Jackmm A Hcmt, Solicitor.
rP"nil beeln bntne-i Jnly 8, 1890. and will occupy banking room with Mitchell Lrnde
nntil new bank ie completed.
ltiSl Second Ave.
Corvm.-.HT hv J. Caii Aiitx. is.
Srtci ten I. tins hiiti will f..rm the name of
city and Ihe state h ieio localiil.
CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS
AND WINDOW SHADES,
At prices, which like quality, we defy competion.
We thank yon vlncerely for yonr peat farora, end here pledge yon oar beet efforts le tbe
future. Onr dealing shall be cbaracterlxed
our mutual interests.
No. 1811 and 1313 Second arenue.
Makes Shoes look new. Soften
Leather. We recommend it
er a jt ov mm www a tmi m j ; au
GEO. SCHNEIDER, Jr.,
292 Fifth Avenue, ISIS Secocd Avenue,
Reynold's Block. Harper Houe Block.
In a! large variety of fabrics and de
signs suitable for Sash and full length
FAWN FLANNELS. suitabl:for
and stacks of Goods that we want! yon
to see but can't mention this time-
It IS Puzzling,
almost always, to know just
what to choose when we
want to make presents.
But it isn't nearly so much
of a puzzle when you are in
a china store. If you will
call at mine, perhaps you
will agree with me.
Of course youlll find many
things here that are useful as
well as ornamental. Flower
pots, all sizes, painted and
plain, and very cheap; Rock
ingham coffee pots; blanc
mange moulds, and custard
cups, yellow ware; and new
table ware in glass are soma
of the latest arrivals.
O. M. LOOSLEY,
1609 Second Ave.
O. O. IIUCKSTAJEDT
by promptness and the strictest Integrity to
Have you seen Schneider's
Men's Calf Shoes?
If not, call and see them, and be con
Tinced that we beat all com
petition. FOR STYLE
FIT AND PRICE,
Our Men's Sboes cant be beat.
We are Leaden in
at lowest prices. All we aak
is a trial